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lightwave 5.5 pc ver

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this sounds stupid, but i accidentaly deleted my windows registry.  i had to re-install windows all over again.  i don't want to re-install lightwave again, but i was wondering if someone using lightwave 5.5 on the intel platform would kindly give me the windows registry entries.  lightwave is running fine though so it's not extremely important.
(start - run - "regedit")
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 I may be mistaken, but I'm not entirely sure lightwave makes any reg entries... It was originally a win3.x proggie (after amiga that is) and I think the install arrangements have remained the same.  I'm also using 5.5 intel, there are no add/remove options and nothing shows up in the registry for newtek or lightwave, also nothing in win.ini or system.ini ... Hope that helps ....
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ok thanks.  i never checked the registry when lightwave was installed so i didn't know
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